ELECTRONIC NOTICE TO DEBTORS
Debtors can receive email notice of orders and other documents sent by the Court through the Debtor Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (DeBN) program. Only the Court can send notices to a debtor electronically.
A debtor must complete and file a DeBN form. The form should be filed with the petition. If a debtor agrees to receive electronic notice, Court staff will enter the debtor's email address into the BNC email database. The debtor must confirm the email address via a hyperlink in an email sent by the Bankruptcy Noticing Center (BNC). Once confirmed, the debtor will be sent entered court-generated documents electronically.
The BNC will send electronic notices as long as an email is not returned undeliverable and as long as the debtor's name and mailing address match the debtor's name and address with the BNC.
ELECTRONIC NOTICE TO CREDITORS
CCreditors can receive email notice of orders and other documents sent by the Court through the Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (EBN) program. Only the Court can send notices to a creditor electronically. More information about the EBN program and registration is found here.